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Want Spartacus: War of the Damned spoilers? We’ve got them in the form of two new videos. Sharpen your swords, because the promo and episode clip are on fire, quite literally.

If you’re all caught up with the STARZ series, then you know that last Friday night’s episode, titled “Blood Brothers”, left Spartacus in a nasty bind. We are at the midpoint of season 3 now and lead by Caesar, the Romans are in full attack mode. Yes, the gate has been breached. Blood will spill. In fact, when we last saw Caesar himself, he was telling Dan Feuerriegel’s Agron, Ellen Hollman’s Saxa and those with them to “run”. If you’re holding your breathe, wondering what happens next, simply press play to pick up where the episode left off.

Can the city still be salvaged? Is all hope lost? Will Spartacus turn tail and run? Hey, it means surviving to fight another day.

Spartacus: War of the Damned Season 3 is also the final season in the STARZ Spartacus franchise. The next episode, titled “Spoils of War” will be delivered on March 8. The clip below comes directly from that episode. As you can see Tiberius has his sights set on Jenna Lind’s Kore and he’s definitely up to no good. Here’s a good question, though. Does it really matter whether Crassus knows about it or not?

When it comes to what you can really look forward to in the next episode, the high point will probably be the eventual face-off between Caesar and our hero.

Spartacus: War of the Damned airs Fridays at 9:00 p.m. ET on Starz. Todd Lasance is Julius Caesar and Liam McIntyre is Spartacus. Tiberius is acted by Christian Antidormi. Steven S. DeKnight and Sam Raimi are the show’s executive producers. The series finale is scheduled for April 12. Will it end in victory or in death?

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